Lets keep all the loved ones lost and their families in our hearts. Remembering 9/11.
Congratulations to Amy Long and Spencer Henry who also received $1,000 scholarships!
From Left: Amy Long, Dwayne Prestwood, Spencer Henry and Yansy Galdamez.
Congratulations to Yansy Galdamez , a middle level teacher education candidate, who received a $1,000 scholarship from the Milam Masonic Lodge #2! Dr. Erik Byker gladly nominated her for this honor.
From Left: Dr. Judy A. Abbott, Dwayne Prestwood, Yansy Galdamez and Dr. Erik Byker.
Summer two is coming up and it begins next week on July 9th! You can purchase your books from Varsity Book Store, Barnes & Nobles, Kampus Books or Jack Backers. Other methods are available online as well. Check out skyo.com or chegg.com for rentals and more!
Everyone have a great weekend and a good start next week!
Getting a Bachelor’s Degree is very important. While you’re at it, continue on to earn your Masters! In return for the time and cost investment, teachers reap personal, professional and financial rewards. If you cannot completely afford it, no worries; some districts offer tuition reimbursement to cover part of your cost to earn the master’s degree.
A master’s degree allows a teacher to explore a specific content area for in-depth knowledge that isn’t gained from a bachelor’s degree in education and it opens up a new career path. Specializing in a different content area allows you to move into a different teaching position. For example, an elementary teacher might earn an advanced degree as a reading specialist. The additional knowledge gained through the degree program allows the teacher to better instruct her students. You also have the opportunity to move into a different position within the school, such as a school counselor or library specialist position. There are numerous things you can do with a Master’s Degree. Our advice; GO FOR IT!
Education never stops.